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5 Women’s Wellness Podcasts You Will Love

If you feel inspired to learn about your sexual, physical and mental health, then this curated list of podcasts is just the right thing for you. Here’s to effortless self-care!

By Ameya Arora
25 April 2022

When it comes to women’s wellness, there’s no one-size-fits-all. Thus, when we curated this list of podcasts, we looked for hosts that are well known in their fields and talk from a place of love. These podcasts cover a range of topics from intuitive eating, to PCOS, to the impact of social media on body image and much more. No matter what you are in the mood to do, you’ll definitely find something you’ll enjoy, so tune in for a little dose of self-care.

 

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1. Women Seeking Wellness

This podcast is for women seeking to improve their health and achieve overall wellness. It is hosted by author, chiropractor, and health and wellness expert, Dr. Stephanie Maj. Women Seeking Wellness covers literally all the wellness areas, with diverse episodes like ‘Getting Ready To Reenter The World’ after COVID’, ‘sports’, ‘mean tweets’ and ‘neuroplasticity’. Each podcast aims to empower its listeners to learn more about their bodies.

 

Average length- 15 minutes

Listen to the ‘Women Seeking Wellness’ podcast here!

 

 

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2. The Female Health Solution

Dr. Beth Westie, who is a women’s health expert, author, speaker, and chiropractor, dedicates her podcasts to female’s overall health. Her mission is to help women better understand the way their bodies work, enabling them to take control of their health and reach their goals. This podcast is all about the female body, dealing with body fat, hormones, being happy in your skin, hygiene, periods, and a lot more.

 

Average length- 29 minutes

Listen to ‘The Female Health Solution’ podcast here!

 

 

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3. Grace and Grit Podcast

Hosted by Courtney Townley, who is a health coach and former professional dancer, Grace and Grit Podcast turns the health fairytale upside down by teaching women to love, accept, and embrace their bodies. Here you’ll find podcasts such as ‘Self Care Is Just A Basecamp’; ‘How You Say You Are Well, But You Are Actually Far From It’; ‘Smart Body, Smart Mind’. It helps women to rebuild their relationship with their body. It empowers its listeners to deal with aggressive demands and unrealistic expectations set by the society.

 

Average length- 30 to 60 minutes

Listen to the ‘Grace and Grit Podcast’ here!

 

 

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4. Women's Health Unplugged

This podcast educates and empowers women across all generations to advocate for themselves and their health. It inspires women to confidently support themselves through better education. This women centric podcast is focused on areas like menopause, resilience, intermittent fasting, and social media. This podcast is hosted by a naturopathic doctor and women’s health author, Dr. Jordan Roberston.

 

Average length- 47 minutes

Listen to the “Women's Health Unplugged’ podcast here!

 

 

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5. Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily challenges cultural taboos, checks misinformation, and indulges in awkward sex talks to create a future where people can deeply connect and embrace pleasure-filled lives. This #1 sexuality podcast on iTunes is hosted by Dr. Emily Morse, who’s a doctor of human sexuality. Her mission is to liberate the conversation about sex and pleasure.

 

Listen to ‘Sex With Emily’ podcast here!

 

 

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